This week on the show that needed a few days to recover from last weekend, returning champions AUDREY & CHRISTINA from PUCK BUNNIES bring their belts back to the show to talk the NHL Draft, Tyler Myers and the problem with free agency, trading a first round pick for J.T. Miller, and their newfound celebrity status after rubbing shoulders with the NHL media elites and being recognized in the streets. PLUS: The girls go deep into Justin’s astrology chart, and Audrey is dying after one magic night at The Roxy.
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Outro Music: “Kids In America”, by Kim Wilde
This week on the show that’s all about prospects (except when it’s not), the editor-in-chief of Elite Prospects J.D. BURKE returns to the show to talk how the order might fall, the depth of the 2019 class, and which prospects Canucks fans should rejoice or cringe if the team picks at 10th. PLUS: The takeaway lessons of a bad Stanley Cup Final, how we were screwed no matter who won, the late-career utility of Edler and Tanev, and memories of our friend Jason Botchford.
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Outro Music: “Kids”, by PUP
This week on the show that may have benefitted from some officiating here and there along the way, SIE MORLEY of Fear The Fin stops by to talk all things San Jose Sharks: their playoff run, the futures of Joe Thornton and Erik Karlsson, and the one weird trick doctors don’t want you to know about how Doug Wilson’s team has remained competitive over two decades. PLUS: Barstool towels, confessing to war crimes, what the heck’s going on with the ECHL’s Kelly Cup trophy, and why no one’s really interested in Blues vs Bruins.
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Outro Music: “Consolation Prizes”, by Phoenix